A physician who is registered without any restriction or condition with the Bahamas Medical Council may be granted a licence to practice medicine in the Bahamas.
A registered physician on payment of the appropriate fee will be:
Where a licence has been lost, destroyed or mutilated, it may be replaced by the Council upon application, in writing by the holder of the licence and on payment of the specified fee.
A person who practices medicine or surgery without a valid licence commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars ($10,000) and in the case of a foreign person, subject to deportation.
Every medical practitioner registered shall, prior to the 31st day of December each year, apply in writing to the Council for renewal of licence.
An application for a renewal of licence shall be made by the holder, in writing to the Council.
The Council may renew the licence of a medical practitioner, where the Council is satisfied that the medical practitioner continues to meet the requirements under the Medical Bill Act of 2013 and: where the medical practitioner provides proof of completion of continuing medical education requirements as prescribed; in relevant cases, where the medical practitioner provides proof of a valid work permit; and upon payment of the specified fees.
|Specialty Medical Practitioner||$800|